A Virginia federal judge has allowed a breach-of-contract lawsuit to go forward against Truist Bank based on a gaming company’s allegations that the bank intentionally caused it to miss out a nearly $1 million Paycheck Protection Program loan from the federal government during the pandemic.

The dispute between Ironworks Development, a gaming design and manufacturing company based in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Truist, centers on Ironworks claims that in 2021 the bank didn’t properly process its application for a second-round PPP loan, causing it not to collect a $976,896.24 loan that under the program’s terms would likely have been forgiven, according to the judges’s opinion.